Friday, March 5, 2010

It's Friday in the Adirondacks...

... and there's plenty to do, even though it's March (a traditionally quiet month in the Tri-Lakes).

First off, for those of you who can make it, swing by Saranac Lake for the local Olympian parade. It starts at 4 p.m. and runs from the Post Office on Broadyway to the Harrietstown Town Hall.

The Tri-Lakes area was well-represented at the Vancouver Winter Olympics. Read more details about the parade here.

This weekend marks the 26th installment of the Colby Classic. The annual fishing derby kicks off at 7 a.m. both days. I know my old kitchen cohorts at Desperados in Lake Placid -- Deed and Louie -- will be gunning for that top spot, as well as plenty of other ice fishing buffs.

At Will Rogers tomorrow night, some folks are hosting a trivia competition to benefit the students of Petrova Middle School.

Hey, we're on the home stretch. Last year, spring was here by April -- I know, because I remember being on the driving range in Ray Brook on March 27. But just because we've got a few more weeks of winter ahead of us, doesn't mean you have to hole up inside.

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